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A small port that had already been revealed in all its glory by the paintbrushes of Signac and Matisse, Saint-Tropez became world-famous in the 1960s thanks the arrival of the actress Brigitte Bardot. Glamorous Saint-Tropez expresses itself best under the spotlight, or in the glow of sunlamps on frenzied nights when the champagne just keeps flowing. The international jet set flocked to the cobblestones of this charming, yellow- and orange-colored port, where the yachts competing to be more impressive than the next have helped make this village the popular emblem of France at its chicest.
Sail the famous Gulf of Saint-Tropez and discover the town’s iconic beaches. The Bay of Pampelonne boasts the most famous beaches in the region, where the jet set love to meet up on the dance floors during the summer months The beaches of Sainte-Maxime and Port-Grimaud also offer beautiful swimming spots.